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  1. Updates 9

    Iím back! Philly was nice!

    Alexei Leonov (7/19/2019): Mega success!! This one was the first letter I ever mailed out internationally (mailed to Moscow), so Iím glad this came back! He even sent me a 2014 Topps Heritage card back. I didnít even know there was a card of him! Glad to know I didnít spend 45 minutes translating/writing a letter in Russian for nothing!

    Bill Belichick (7/22/2019): Forgot I sent this one out back in December. I also got a signed letter ...
  2. Cut signature project

    Hi everyone, I am looking to see if anyone does custom made cut signature cards, or if you know of someone who does? I am a huge Dallas Cowboys fan, and have some index cards with signatures Iíd like to have converted to custom made cut signature cards. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  3. 1969 Mets

    Hello everybody,

    Huge Mets fan here and I was wondering if anybody had successes with anybody from the 1969 WS Mets team. Any help would be greatly appreciated and as always LGM!
  4. Updates 8 (Part 2)

    Ralph Terry (6/26/2019): First Wednesday return since Terry Gilliam! Kinda sad because this is the first time Iíve had a card get damaged in the mail. He accidentally stuck the card to the seal of the envelope and ripped off the area around his wrists on the card. If you wanna see the picture , check out my success under his name in the TTM Manager. He also answered my questions.

    1). What was it like to win the 1962 WS and be named itís MVP?

    2). What ...
  5. Updates 8

    Iím gonna be in Philly from 7/25-7/29, so I decided to add these now before I forget to next week.

    Bobby Shantz (6/22/2019): Nice! My first return in 17 days! Sent a 1975 Topps MVPs card. Shantz is the oldest living MVP at 93 years old!

    Ryne Sandberg (6/24/2019): One of the record-tying 4 successes that day. Great that he signed for free!! I got t on a Ď91 Fleer because (HOT TAKE ALERT) I actually like the design of Ď91 Fleer.

    ĒCurlyĒ Morrison (6/24/2019): ...
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